May 04, 2020 1 min read

Aaron G.

Branch of Service
United States Marine Corps

Staff Sergeant

0311/69 - Infantry Rifleman

Time in Service
16 Years

Did you deploy?
I deployed 4 times to Iraq in support of multiple push including the Baghdad push and the push through Fallujah, also did 2 deployment too Afghanistan and was apart of the push through Marjah.

What inspired you to join the military?
I was a punk!

What is the single most important lesson you learned while serving?

What is your most memorable moment during your time in service?
Servin in Hawaii

How has the military helped you grow personally and professionally?
The Marine corps got me a beautiful wife and has made me an awesome dad!

If you could tell the world anything you want, what would you say?
Love and respect our country and it’s people and to never forget brothers lost!

If you could go back in time and talk with yourself before you joined, what would you tell yourself?
Do it sooner!

What's the most unexpected challenge you've faced since leaving the military?
Slowing down



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